CHINESE-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

CD6177 W354 2016
民国公务印章图说 / 翟玉霞主编 ; 王俊明著

DS777.5314 Z468 2016
战殇 : 国民革命军抗战将士口述实录 / 周渝著

N7345 X8 2016
非艺术 : 国际视野下的中国当代艺术 / 徐琛著

PL2754 S5 Z594693 2016
灯火 : 鲁迅与文艺 / 上海鲁迅纪念馆编

PL2849 U64 B39 2016
八月蝴蝶黄 : 裘山山短篇小说选 / 裘山山著

PL2931.5 I24 J84 20164
绝响 / 畀愚著

PL2947.5 U7758 N36 2016
南城无故人 / 落清著

KOREAN-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

B5251 C464 2016
한국 현대 철학 : 그 주제적 지형도 / 정 대현 지음

DS910.2 J3 C435 2016
전후 한일 관계 70년 : 우리 는 어떻게 갈등 을 극복 해 왔나? / 최 희식

DS922.42 K58 K56 2016
김 영삼 평전 / 김 삼웅 지음

G1030 B627 2016
역사 지도집의 개념과 제작 방법론 / 피터 볼 (Peter Bol) 외 16 인 지음

JQ1727 Y473 2016
한국 의정사 30년 : 제헌 에서 10대 까지 / 이 형 지음

PL935.5 P335 2016
한국 자전 의 해제 와 목록 / 박 형익.

PL976.7 A17 2016
제 16회 미당 문학상 수상 작품집 : 유리 의 존재 / 김 행숙

PL992.9 C414 S56 2016
신화 의 시대 / 지은이 이 청준

PN1993.5 K6 Y444 2016
소리 의 정치 : 식민지 조선 의 극장 과 제국 의 관객 / 이 화진 지음

Z42.4 K6 P35 2016
고문서 의 서명 과 인장 / 박 준호

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K100 .S68 2017
Sophie M. Sparrow, Gerald F. Hess & Michael Hunter Schwartz, Teaching Law by Design for Adjuncts, 2d ed. (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K930 .C65 2010
Matthew Collins, The Law of Defamation and The Internet, 3d ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K3171 .B375 2016
General Council of the Bar (England and Wales), The Bar Council of England and Wales’ International Rule of Law Lectures: The First Ten Years (London: Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, Publishing, 2016).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K3254 .H34 2017
Pekka Hallberg & Janne Virkkunen, Freedom of Speech and Information in Global Perspective (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).
Online access: http://resolve.library.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/catsearch?bid=8730433

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K3791 .O378 2017
Patrick J. O’Keefe, Protecting Cultural Objects: Before and After 1970 (Crickadarn: Institute of Art and Law, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K5485 .H65 2017
John Hollander, Expert Witnesses in Civil Litigation : A Practical Guide (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KD479 .H47 2017
Jonathan Herring, Legal Ethics, 2d ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KDK1225 .J83 2017
Laura Cahillane, James Gallen & Tom Hickey, eds., Judges, Politics and the Irish Constitution (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE495 .P75 2017
Matthew P. Harrington, ed., Private Law in Canada : A 150-Year Retrospective (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE3254 .C43 2017
Susan Chapman, Understanding Discrimination in Employment Law (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2017).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE3646 .C36 2017
Joanna N. Erdman, Vanessa Gruben & Erin Nelson, eds., Canadian Health Law and Policy , 5th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE4219 .O94 2017
Peter Oliver, Patrick Macklem & Nathalie Des Rosiers, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the Canadian Constitution (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJC2636 .E98 2017
Hannes Siegrist & Augusta Dimou, eds., Expanding Intellectual Property: Copyrights and Patents in Twentieth-Century Europe and Beyond (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE947 .F67 2017
Nigel Foster, Foster on EU Law, 6th ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE8643 .I58 2017
Alessandro Bernardi & Daniele Negri, eds., Investigating European Fraud in the EU Member States (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KK4413 .T64 2016
Taehan Min’guk Kukhoe Tosŏgwan, Togil t’ongil kwallyŏn pŏmnyŏng mongnok
독일 통일 관련 법령 목록, 대한 민국 국회 도서관
(Sŏul T’ŭkpyŏlsi : Kukhoe Tosŏgwan, 2016).
(서울 특별시 : 국회 도서관, 2016).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KPA2522 .K85 2015
Taehan Min’guk Kukhoe Tosŏgwan, Kukchŏng kamsa, chosa chedo : hannun e pogi.
국정 감사, 조사 제도 : 한눈 에 보기, 대한 민국 국회 도서관
(Sŏul T’ŭkpyŏlsi: Kukhoe Tosŏgwan, 2015).
(서울 특별시 : 국회 도서관, 2015).

Welcome to UBC Thrive Week, a week-long series of events focused on building positive mental health for everyone at UBC. From yoga to mindful coloring and music, there is an event for everyone. I hope you’ll find time to take advantage of these offerings. For a list of events happening at the Vancouver and Okanagan […]

Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the UBC School of Nursing.

People with mental illness and substance use challenges are among the most stigmatized population in the world. The field of neuroscience is making strides to redress this by changing the etiological paradigm from a pejorative behavior model to one that is brain based. Evidence from neuroscience serves as a powerful agent for challenging problematic beliefs and attitudes held by healthcare providers and society. Translating this evidence to current and future healthcare providers, to patients and the public, will contribute to breaking down barriers that prevent persons experiencing these challenges from seeking and utilizing treatment.

Bio: Deborah Finnell has specialized in mental health and addictions for most her nursing career. From her grounding as a registered nurse working in inpatient psychiatry, she expanded her role to that of a clinical nurse specialist and then a nurse practitioner. She brings her passion for the neurobiological bases of mental illness and substance use to her clinical practice, teaching, research, and policy/advocacy work. With funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Dr. Finnell led the integration of substance-use related content including screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) into the nursing curricula at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She advocates for expanded access to mental illness and substance use treatment, such as calling for advanced practice nurses to prescribe buprenorphine. During her tenure with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Hospital Administration, she conducted funded research focusing on improving the health of Veterans with mental and substance use disorders. Her professional leadership roles range from past chair of the New York State Peer Assistance Committee to past president of the International Nurses Society on Addictions. She served as chair of the Addictions Nursing Certification Board and was a member of the Committee on Nursing Standards for the American Nurses Association. She currently serves on the board of the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) and is associate editor of that organization’s professional journal, Substance Abuse.


Select Books and Articles Available at UBC Library

Carey, M. G., Al-Zaiti, S. S., Dean, G. E., Sessanna, L., & Finnell, D. S. (2011). Sleep problems, depression, substance use, social bonding, and quality of life in professional firefighters. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 53(8), 928-933. [Link]

Crickman, R., & Finnell, D. (2016;2015;). Systematic review of control measures to reduce hazardous drug exposure for health care workers. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 31(2), 183-190. [Link]

Sanchez, M., & Finnell, D. (2017). Alcohol screening and brief intervention for persons living with HIV. Janac-Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care, 28(2), 266-278. [Link]


Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the UBC iSchool.

Abstract: In this talk, I seek to understand what we mean by information access, and what it means to provide information access in a responsible way. Specifically, I examine the idea of facts. How should providers of information deal with facts? To examine this question, I consider the 2017 protest slogan “Librarians for Facts.” What does this slogan really mean? Ultimately, I suggest that information providers need to determine what they are for, and orient information access mechanisms toward that goal.

Bio: Melanie Feinberg is an Associate Professor in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a classificationist whose research approach combines design with the humanities. Her work focuses on learning how to read and write databases to complement our engineering and mining of them. She received her PhD in 2008 from the iSchool at the University of Washington; she has a master’s from the iSchool at Berkeley (2004) and was an undergraduate at Stanford (1992). In her professional career before returning to academia, she was a content strategist and technical editor, working at companies such as Apple Computer, Scient, and PeopleSoft.


Select Books and Articles Available at UBC Library

Feinberg, M. (2017). Reading databases: Slow information interactions beyond the retrieval paradigm. Journal of Documentation, 73(2), 336-356. [Link]

Feinberg, M. (2017). The value of discernment: Making use of interpretive flexibility in metadata generation and aggregation. Information Research-an International Electronic Journal, 22(1), 1. [Link]

Feinberg, M. (2011). How information systems communicate as documents: The concept of authorial voice. Journal of Documentation, 67(6), 1015-1037. [Link]

 

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In the News: UBC and Abroad

 

 

BCcampus, BCIT, SFU, UBC CTLT and UBC Library celebrate International Open Access Week 2017

A BC collaborative event, in celebration of this global movement now in its 10th year, will be happening at BCIT’s downtown campus location tonight.

 

The event theme, Tension and Risk in Open Scholarship: A Conversation: 2017-10-26, will address not only the “benefits and opportunities of open access but also a recognition that openness can sometimes create unintended consequences for individuals and communities”.

 

Learn more

 

Explore Open Access Week at UBC

 

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Building a Sustainable Knowledge Commons – COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories)

COAR just released an animated infographic highlighting the five prerequisites for a sustainable knowledge commons

 

About COAR

An international association comprised of 100+ global members and partners (representing libraries, universities, research institutions, government funders and others) aims to build a sustainable, global knowledge commons based on a network of open access digital repositories.

 

Download the PDF

 

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Examples of open access in action

 

What concrete benefits can be realized by making scholarly outputs openly available?

 

Check out SPARC’s new site highlighting 16 examples of the concrete benefits of making research open.

 

Learn more

 

About SPARC

A global coalition committed to making Open the default for research and education.

 

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Open access: six myths to put to rest

What are the six most common misconceptions about open access?

Test your knowledge courtesy of Peter Suber (Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication and author of Open Access (MIT Press, 2012).

 

Myths:

  • The only way to provide open access to peer-reviewed journal articles is to publish in open access journals
  • All or most open access journals charge publication fees
  • Most author-side fees are paid by the authors themselves
  • Publishing in a conventional journal closes the door on making the same work open access
  • Open access journals are intrinsically low in quality
  • Open access mandates infringe academic freedom

 

Uncover the facts here

 

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Open Access at the Natural History Museum, London

In 2017, the Natural History Museum in London signed the International Open Data Accord (joining the growing number of museums) in publishing their collection databases and digital reproductions online. This undertaking is “part of its five-year plan to build a Museum for the future” by combining the expertise and skills from museum scientists, librarians, and archivists to create and digitize electronic records, making them openly accessible to all. So far, there are 3.8 million specimens already digitized and accessible via the Museum’s Data Portal comprised of the Museum’s research and collections data.

 

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It’s decidedly autumn here on the Vancouver campus of UBC. Chilly walks, a desire for soups, and some costume scheming are in the ether. If you’re looking for some inspiration, here are a few from Open Collections.

 

(Pop)Culturally Appropriate, a clown from the Ubyssey:

Ubyssey cover October 31, 2003 featuring a close up picture of a clown

 

This photo from 1919 is a little far away, but there are some great hats throughout. Perhaps something Newsies-related would capture the time:

Group photograph of the 1919 "High Jinks" costume party

Group photograph of the 1919 “High Jinks” costume party

In1984, George Pedersen wore a Superman Costume. Bonus points for anyone who can pinpoint where on campus this photo was taken:

George Pedersen in Superman costume

George Pedersen in Superman costume

Of course, the theatre department has no shortage of costumes. Here, Joy Coghill for a performance of The Visit:

Joy Coghill in costume from production of "The Visit" 1964

Joy Coghill in costume from production of “The Visit” 1964

 

Regardless of costume, you can donate food at UBC Library for a reduction of fines:

Lica Chui, Charles Slonecker and Carole Forsythe with food collected by U.B.C. students

Lica Chui, Charles Slonecker and Carole Forsythe with food collected by U.B.C. students

 

Rare Books and Special Collections at UBC Library is delighted to announce a new exhibition: “An Unmatched Devotion”: A 50th Anniversary Exhibition for UBC’s Norman Colbeck Collection of Nineteenth-Century and Edwardian Poetry and Belles Lettres.

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